How To Create A Paint Brush Transition, After Effects Tutorial & Template

How To Create A Paint Brush Transition, After Effects Tutorial & Template


Hey, welcome back to my new video. This is
easy tutorials, and for those of you who are the first time in this channel, please consider
subscribing. This is what we’ll learn to do today: Before we start, I’d like to invite you to
support me on Patreon. You can also get access to all my premium content. So let’s start. You can download the full project of the exact
animation you have seen in the example, including the paint overlays you need to create this,
from the link in the description. This will be a very quick tutorial on how
to use the footage you’ve downloaded to create these amazing paint transitions which work
with images and videos too. First, we have to import our footage into
After Effects. You will find inside the pain folder, these 3 paint video overlays. Create a new composition and name it: slide.
I’m using a FULL HD 1080 pixels preset, with 30 frames per second, and 7 seconds long. Bring one image into your composition. Than place above it, any of the paint overlays
you want. Change the track matte of your image layer
to: luma inverted matte, and you are good to go. This is how your image reveal will look. If you want to create this transition between
2 image layers, you only have to place your first image under these 2 layers. And then, offset them as much as you need. This is how our image transition looks. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to
create a fast paint transition in After Effects. Don’t forget to subscribe, hit the like button
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